Okay, we already know about her unrealistically small waistline and too-long neck, but this new infographic underscores just how preposterous her proportions are.
Guess the cookies! The one on the right is a very popular pick and the other (left side) claims to be a healthier version of the old favorite.
Maureen, who works with me here at Radial, brought this photo back from New York City’s Eataly grocery and restaurant.
Just spotted this car magnet sign for a home health care business. I’m sure they were aiming for “warm and caring” but…
Guess this “sandwich” is the ultimate in strategic product placement, huh?
Enough irony to give you heartburn. What were they thinking?
The universe, playing a colossal joke? A sinister obesity conspiracy? Callous, uncaring landlords? Or sheer coincidence?
Remember Fred Flintstone’s car? I wonder if this fitness gadget comes with roadside assistance? Check our ever-expanding list of bizarre, dubious or just plain dumb fitness gadgets:
Gosh. Remind me again, why are locally-owned and operated health and wellness businesses so worried about competition from discount chains? (And no, it’s not just these guys. Take a look at this post from 2006!) Couple weeks ago, near a major intersection here in Dallas: And now, the closeup: Tags: LA+Fitness, health+club, advertising
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